PHOTOS: Meet all of the 2014 Oscar winners! — Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) March 4, 2014, Still no words #Oscars pic.twitter.com/tnxgvWxCIY, — Sarah Michelle (@RealSMG) March 4, 2014, I can’t get enough of this. He then added, "In all seriousness, BRAVO to my friend and duet partner @idinamenzel on crushing it last night. © 2020 E! VIDEO: Watch John Travolta's Oscars goof over and over again, Menzel, 42, has yet to directly address the Travolta incident publicly, but the Broadway veteran did tweet on Monday, saying, "Still pinching myself over my entire #Oscars experience. Google Trends show that people are actively searching for quizzes. It even made some Oscar watchers wonder if Menzel wasn’t singing tonight, but replaced by some new artist. “Celebrities taking BuzzFeed quizzes, especially ones that mention them, is a new way for them to communicate and play with their fans and followers. Some celebrities even got in on the fun. Without further ado, the generator: 1. First there was the fake Twitter account based on Dazeem, and now Slate created a name generator inspired by Adele Dazeem. New Trump executive order will reclassify portion of career federal workforce as political appointees, State and federal authorities said to be probing Hogan’s ex-chief of staff, Mental health training program for first responders goes virtual in Maryland. The special feature allows users to type their name into a script and discover how Travolta might garble their own name. Subscribe to The Daily Dish podcast, join our Facebook group, and follow us on Instagram for the latest news hot off the presses. All rights reserved. Also read: John Travolta Butchers Idina Menzel’s Name, Inspiring ‘Adele Dazeem’ Madness (Video). website is not intended for users located within the European Economic Area. However, none of these moments have received the same success as Adele Dazeem. Facebook feeds became flush with content asking “What State Should I Live In?” which garnered 39 million total views, and “What City Should I Live In?” with 20 million. She pointed to the recent phenomenon of celebrities participating as proof the medium has forever changed our news culture. Entertainment Television, LLC A Division of NBCUniversal. Slate Magazine has created “The Adele Dazeem Name Generator” that allows you to Travoltify your name. Plotz noted the overwhelming success of the post on Twitter: Definition of ambivalent: The John Travolta name generator is the most popular story in Slate history. John Travolta\'s made up figure, \"Adele Dazeem,\" has turned into the latest internet sensation. Follow @WTOP on Twitter and on the WTOP Facebook page. The profile picture is a picture of Travolta playing Edna Turnblad in “Hairspray.” Slate Magazine has created “The Adele Dazeem Name Generator” … Adele Dazeem became a star overnight or-more accurately-in the span of a few minutes. John Travolta Introduces Idina Menzel Oscars Fail - YouTube Plotz told the Nieman Journalism Lab he had mixed feelings about the overwhelming success of the article: The Travolta name generator is a delightful piece of work that brings pleasure to millions — literally millions — of readers. Of course, we couldn't help but plug in a few of our own Bravo stars' names. And on the third hand, one of the most popular Slate stories in the past six months before Travolta came along was Josh Levin’s The Welfare Queen, an 18,000-word masterpiece about the woman Ronald Reagan villainized for bilking the government, who turned out to be even more fascinating, and loathsome, than Reagan ever could have imagined. The Daily Dish is your source for all things Bravo, from behind-the-scenes scoop to breaking news, exclusive interviews, photos, original videos, and, oh, so much more. How will the 2020 election affect control of Congress? The contrarian culture site’s widget had nearly 10 million unique hits as of Thursday. Celebrities wasted no time using the "The Adele Dazeem Name Generator" to imagine how Travolta might misread their names on the prompter. Check out the hottest fashion, photos, movies and TV shows! Slate magazine may have had the wittiest response: they created an Adele Dazeem Name Generator, which imagines any name as pronounced by John Travolta on Oscar night. First Syllable of Your First Name: Pick Your Favorite Grease Song "Summer Nights" — Arm "Hopelessly Devoted to You" —Kal "You're the One That I Want" — Dee But the best response to the whole thing belongs to the real fake Adele Dazeem’s Tweet. All rights reserved. The Travoltafier widget racked up nearly 10 million unique users by Thursday and was adding roughly 100,000 hits an hour. Media Alley looks at the media landscape from print to digital, legacy media to new media. What happens when you run our stars through the Adele Dazeem generator? Sometimes the only thing that matches a person’s real name and their Travolta name is the first letter, sometimes not even that. 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"No one knows what happened," a source said Monday. “Sharing something that reveals a truth about yourself — even if it’s a frivolous quiz result — is a way of relating to the world around you,” Burton told TheWrap. The popular social content sharing site had a massive hit last year with “Which Grease Pink Lady Are You?” Discovering they had a successful formula on their hands, BuzzFeed’s editorial team snapped into action and started filing voluminous pop culture quizzes. Sometimes the only thing that matches a person’s real name and their Travolta name is the first letter, sometimes not even that. John Travolta is never going to live this down. Slate magazine may have had the wittiest response: they created an Adele Dazeem Name Generator, which imagines any name as pronounced by John Travolta on Oscar night. Log in to your WTOP account for notifications and alerts customized for you. #Travoltified http://t.co/qE27LAzLoD, — Jessica Biel (@JessicaBiel) March 4, 2014. The Real Housewives of Potomac After Show. Mostly, though, our quizzes are a game that everyone is playing, and famous people want to have fun too!”. Below, the ten funniest ones that were spit out by the Adele Dazeem Name Generator. Summer Anne Burton, BuzzFeed’s Managing Editorial Director who’s been leading the charge on quizzes, spoke to TheWrap about the viral news angle that sites are taking with creating sharable quiz content. — Adela Dazeem (@AdelaDazeem) March 3, 2014. The internet buzzed about this wickedly talented, one and only singing sensation.